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Post subject: Re: Local City Employee Policy
Post Posted: Thu Oct 01, 2015 4:42 pm
JustaShooter wrote:
I think the policy is still in violation of ORC 9.68. They cannot prohibit you from carrying *anywhere* except government facilities.

Oh, and Open Carry is more socially acceptable than you think. Many of us do so daily without incident. And, the city can't prohibit you from doing that either.

If your against open carry then it is socially unacceptable.

The policy is in violation of 9.68.
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Post subject: Re: Local City Employee Policy
Post Posted: Fri Oct 02, 2015 3:54 pm
I retired last year after 40 years working in Ohio Municipal and County Gvmnt. public utilities. The last place I worked at over 10 years had a policy that no one could have firearms on the county property, or be terminated. So I parked across the street and walked into the facility. That way I could be armed on my way to work and back home. Also my job title stated that I could be called to a job site 24/7. I asked the legal counsel if I was CCW and got a call to the job site could I be terminated if I was ccw and he said no as I did not report to the facility or drive a company vehicle to the job site, and he personally would defend me on the incident if necessary. Eventually a few other employees began parking across the street too!

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Post subject: Re: Local City Employee Policy
Post Posted: Fri Oct 02, 2015 10:56 pm
color of law wrote:
If your against open carry then it is socially unacceptable.


COL:

Being socially unacceptable is my middle name :D. Just ask my daughter.

I don't believe in OC, but:

A) If you want to, it should be up to you.

B) It's a great protection from the antis who want to nit-pick us into being felons if the wind or just movement makes us "visible".

In short, about all that it hurts is the antis.

However, IMHO, walking around with an AR may be a little much if you're "downtown".

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Stu

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